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NCAA Gamebreaker 2004_PCX2 4K Settings

NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCSX2) 4K Settings


If you would like to play NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 in 4K, your graphics card must be able to produce 4K quality.  The following settings are the ones I use to play NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 in 4K on my pc.  The settings for NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 are not perfect.  I can’t figure out how to get rid of the pixelation under the players.  You can even see the black pixelation under the players in the thumbnail.


NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCSX2) – GSdx

NCAA Gamebreaker 2004_PCSX2 Emulator_GSDX Settings

  • Adapter: Choose your graphics card here.
  • Internal Resolution: Custom
  • Custom Resolution: 3840 x 2160

NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCSX2) – EE/IOP

NCAA Football 06 PCX2 Setting EE IOP

  • Clamping Mode: Extra + Preserve Sign

NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCSX2) –  VUs

NCAA Gamebreaker 2004_PCSX2 Emulator_VUs

  • Clamping Mode: Extra + Preserve Sign
  • Round Mode: Chop/Zero


NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCX2) – GS

NCAA Football 06 PCX2 Settings-GS

  • Turbo Adjust: 200%


NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCX2) – GS Window

NCAA Football 06 PCX2 Settings GS Window

  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (16×9)
  • Custom Window Size: This always auto changes for me even though i change it.
  • I made no real changes here.  Feel free to experiment here.


NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCX2) – Speed Hacks

NCAA Football 06 PCX2 Settings-Speed Hacks

  • Enable Speedhacks: checked
  • mVU Flag Hack: checked
  • MTVU (Multi-Threaded microVU1): checked


NCAA Gamebreaker 2004 (PCX2) – Game Fixes

NCAA Football 06 PCX2 Settings-Game Fixes

  • No changes here but you can experiment if you choose.
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